Tonight I cooked..........

Yesterday's efforts;

Crab pate en croute
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Lemon Sole, ratatouille, potato crisps.
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Mush_niece's birthday cake, saturday's creme anglaise
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Looks great but how is the crab pate “en croute”?

I realise “Shippams crab paste on toast” doesn’t cut the moutarde but surely it should be “pate de crabe sur du pain chaud”
Mea culpa,

Home made crab pate on toast !
 
Mixed kebabs for dinner, and some chicken boobies for salads & wraps this week:

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It all sat in a garlic/lemon/cilantro mix for most of the day in the fridge, and then had Cafe de Paris butter brushed on when grilling. Served with a rice mix.
 
Or, as we say in English , 'garlic/lemon/coriander mix'.
In the alternate, you could have an 'aglio/limone/cilantro ' mix.
We both knew what the meat was marinated in. I don't know why it surprises or irritates some that there are different names for some things around the English-speaking world. If I went to any store round here and asked for coriander, I'd be SOL. They might Google it, and say "ah, that's cilantro. It's right over there".

You can call it "Dave" for all I care, mate :)
 
We both knew what the meat was marinated in. I don't know why it surprises or irritates some that there are different names for some things around the English-speaking world. If I went to any store round here and asked for coriander, I'd be SOL. They might Google it, and say "ah, that's cilantro. It's right over there".

You can call it "Dave" for all I care, mate :)
Doesn't irritate me at all.
Just trying to show myself up as a smartarrse.
 

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